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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturday, October Herald----------------------- Family Development problems caught by screening GUELPH. Ont. (CP) A total of 209. or about 16 per cent, of pre-kindergarten youngsters screened this year by the Wellington-Dufferin- Guelph health unit were found to have physical, emotional or social problems significant enough to affect their learning potential. The screening was done in a combined health survey and voluntary questionnaire which were given to parents with pre-kindergarten youngsters registering for school this fall. Dr. B. T. Dale, executive di- rector and medical officer of health for the health unit, said the survey was "designed and planned to prepare the child for his new experience so that he might be admitted in op- timum health and his parents made aware of any known or potential educational hazard." Of the 209 who required fol- low-up treatment, 82 have physical disabilities such as asthma or hearing, sight or speech problems. 79 have emotional problems which may hinder their ability in a classroom and 48 have problems related to social needs. A follow-up visit by a public health nurse to the homes of the 209 was carried out so that the problem could be discuss- ed with parents and a program could be started to help the child. "Some of these conditions require correction in the home by parents with minimal help and suggestions from the public health said Dr. Dale. "But more serious con- ditions require the services of a family physician or other specialists." The health survey dealt with tour essential areas of a child's physical tal, nutrition, vision and hear- ing and speech. The survey revealed several facts about the health of the children: per cent had never visited a dentist, while another 28 per cent had not seen a dentist in more than a year. 12 per cent brushed their teeth three times a day. per cent ate little or no breakfast. high percentage of those with eye problems were suf- fering from amblyopia or lazy eve. MARRIAGE COURSE FOR: People planning to get married and married couples who wish to clarify their thinking about various aspects of marriage. TOPICS: Budgeting, finances, legal dimensions, inter- personal relationships, sex and sexuality, parenthood and values. GIVEN BY: People well qualified in the fields of law, economics, sociology, psychology and medi- cine, along with married couples and a priest. WHERE: EDUCATION CENTRE 534 18th Street South WHEN: Seven successive Sunday evenings p.m. beginning Sunday, October 28th. at Enroll Now! for Parties 'N' Things A special 3 week program for women on party entertaining. COOKING AND BRUNCHES Presented by Miss Sheila Nieman, Home Economist, Cana- dian Western Natural Gas Company Ltd. Sessions will be held every Wednesday evening begin- ning November 14, 1973 at p.m. in the Gas Com- pany auditorium, 410-Stafford Drive, Lethbridge. To register, fill out the form below and return it with a registration fee to the Blue Flame Kitchen before November 2, 1973. Registration is limited to 75 ladies, so register early. I wish to register for the 3-week Entertainment course NAME ADDRESS PHONE NUMBER Please return completed form together with registra- tion fee to: Kitchen Canadian Waatarn Natural Oaa Co. Ltd. 4iQ.Stafford Orlva Lathbrldga, Alberta Unicef Uniceff Julie Rudd, age seven, and eight-year-old Andy Graziano, both students at General Stewart School, spend a few minutes putting together boxes for the Lending a helping hand overseas children's UNICEF drive on Hallowe'en. Elementary schools across the city participate in the campaign which last year raised a total of to be sent to the aid of children overseas. LOSE INCHES IN NINETY RELAXING MINUTES THE NEW, EASY WAY! ASK ABOUT SPECIAL LOW PRICES NOW IN EFFECT FIGURE TRIM You'll lose 2 Inches overall on your first visit, and S inches by your tilth or your money will be refunded in full. NO CONTRACTS TO SIGN FIGURE TRIM WESTMINSTER SHOPPING CENTRE 425 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-9886 Calendar of local happenings Maureen Jamieson HOW do you cope with a socially unaccept- able cat? At one time I disliked cats, believing them to be pretty in- sipid little beasts. However that was before the Duke took over our house; lock, stock and refrigerator. Insipid the Duke is not. It took him a while to lick the family into shape, but now it is obvious to even casual ac- quaintances who runs the Jamieson household. He's laid down certain ground rules. No car rides, no fish (except only one brand of cat food, no four legged intruders and double helpings of Kentucky fried chicken whenever it's on the menu. On the other hand, he can be fairly long suffering for a tyrant. He patiently submits to being decked out in doll clothes and wheeled around in a buggy. I have seen him ig- nominiously picked up by his tail, without protest. And silent and uncomplaining, he has been smuggled into schoolrooms, movie houses and beds hidden under a coat or sweater. In all honesty, I must admit he would not win any populari- ty contest around the block. A while back, he used to drop in at a house down the road for a snack and a gossip with the cat in residence. But one day, for some incomprehensi- ble reason, the Duke took a large, enthusiastic bite out of the owner's hand. I talked myself into believ- ing it was an accident, until he turned around and bit her arm. To add insult to injury, he visited again a few days later, was courteously made welcome and invited to dine then threw up all over the carpet. Another home from home where he is no longer welcome is across our back alley, where our neighbor left a chicken to cool on her kitchen counter. The Duke wandered in, figured it was a sitting duck, and got the bird! Even our relatives have HADASSAH'S BIG SALE Thursday, Nov. 1st, 9 a.m. BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGOUE 914-15th St. S. Good Used Clothing For the Entire Family Household Items Some New Merchandise Beta Sigma Phi City Council will hold a meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Bowman Art Centre. The regular meeting of the McNally Women of Unifarm will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ann O'Niel. Mrs. Frances Schultz will represent the Canadian Consumer Association speak- ing on packaging. Roll call for this month is a consumer's problem. The Old Time Dance Club will sponsor a Fort Macleod Centennial Dance at p.m. Friday, Nov. 9 at the F. P. Walshe School. There will be dances presented by various ethnic groups and lunch will be served. The Whirl A Ways will hold a hard times square dance at 8 p.m. Monday in the Moose Hall, 3 Ave. N. All square dancers welcome. Women are asked to please br- ing weiners and buns. Disabled on the Move will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Assumption church hall, 2405 12 Ave. S. There is a need for more volunteers to assist with WHITE WOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THEIR CHANGE OF ADDRESS I U 323 5th St. S. PHONE 327-8877 or 327-8818 the survey of public buildings in Lethbridge. All interested persons welcome to attend. For further information con- tact 329-0911. Milk River Belles 'n Beaux Square Dance Club will hold the regular dance at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Elks Hall. Women are asked to please br- ing a box lunch. Southminster square dance learners' group will dance at 8 p.m. Monday in Southminster Hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Hadassahs will hold the big sale at 9 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1 at the Beth Israel Synagogue. 914 15 St. S. There will be good used clothing for the family as weli as some new merchandise. Bus route No. 1 and No. 3 ser- vices the synagogue area. Lethbridge Lodge No. 32, Order of the Royal Purple will hold the annual fall tea and bazaar from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21 in the Elks Hall. Everyone welcome. St. Mary's ACW will hold the annual fall tea and bazaar from 2 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the parish hall. Kitchen convener will be Mrs. J. McL'ormack; bake table convener Mrs. G. Sylvester and serving table convener Mrs. J. B. May. Everyone welcome to attend. THAWING CAKE To thaw a frosted cake, un- wrap it and place on a rack at room temperature. become somewhat dis- enchanted with our cat. The first time the Duke saw my mother in a fur coat, his hair stood on end. Tail twitching with rage and screaming insults, he leapt up and took a fair sized chunk out of her anatomy. Mother was not happy es- pecially when, in an effort to defend his lordship, our children insinuated the coat was dead cat, probably the Duke's brother. His reputation as the local swinger takes a lot of living up to, and he frequently staggers home with an ear that needs stitching back into place or an abcess ready for lancing, which means, of course, a trip to his bitter enemy, the vet, for minor repairs. Local girl finalists in contest Norma Collins of Lethbridge was one of 15 finalists and their mothers flown to Montreal as guests of the Singer Company of Canada. She was chosen as a finalist in a cross-Canada teen sewing contest sponsored by the com- pany and will spend a four-day weekend in Montreal, as well as having received engraved scissors and a new sewing machine for being a regional winner. While in the east, the girls will take part in specially planned city tours, shopping sprees, make-up and groom- ing counselling sessions, photography sessions and will attend receptions and dinners in their honor. On Monday they will model the outfits they have made at a grand final judging and three queens will be named. Each will receive a cash prize and an engraved silver rose bowl. Wot's the Buzz? The Master is coming home, we want to pre- pare to meet Him. Come share our joy and build a new tomorrow for yourself. Bright singing, happy music, good news, surprises and refreshments! 7 p.m. Sunday LETHBRIDGE Salvation Army Citadel 1302 4th Avenue South CLEAN UP Worth of Dry for only LIMITED TIME ONLY FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY SPARKLE CLEANERS LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY DIVISION OF CANADIAN LINEN SUPPLY CO. LTD. 1818-3 Avenue S. Phont 328-2321 Centre Village1 Church Groups Clubs Charitable Organizations Centre Village Merchants Association It sponsoring a CHARITY BAZAAR November I5th-l6th-17th and Invita You to Attand. During this 3 day period we open the Mall to all Charitable Organizations interested in raising funds for their individual causes and we invite your group to attend. Tables will be supplied by the Mall. RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW! Any Interested Group is to Call 328-8835 by Monday, Nov. 5th to Reserve a table for the Bazaar "The Mall that Has It ;